Posts Tagged ‘credit card companies’
Total Black: $3,323.08
Total Red: $270,855.95
A discussion in the comments to Burning a Hole prompted today’s post. I found valid but conflicting information on the internet and in those comments about how to handle credit card debt. Even Suze Orman has modified her advice. So I thought I’d take a moment and blog about it. Keep reading . . .
Total Black: $85.38
Total Red: $243,602.66
Total Red is down from earlier this week—all-time high of $246K. But it’s up from yesterday’s post: My First Car. And all numbers are up from my Eleventh Day of Accounting, so I thought perhaps I’d update my numbers before the 10th of the month, especially because of the recent changes to my finances. An abbreviated version follows below: Keep reading . . .
Total Black: $85.38
Total Red: $246,889.20
I spent nearly two hours today on the telephone with Bank of America. And I’m practically at my wits-end. Keep reading . . .
Total Black: $906.89
Total Red: $241,059.05
Oh my! Oh my! Oh my! I went looking for a jeep today. Not sure how this will work out. Keep reading . . .
Total Black: $508.96
Total Red: $230,325.12
Both total black and total red are down a bit. Total red should come down under $229K by tomorrow once payments post and all. I worked from 8am until 11:30pm today at both jobs. Since I’ve become head usher for Naked Boys Singing, every Friday and Saturday night will have me watching men singing in the nude—and all the people who pay to see them. Quite the interesting end to the formal work week and start of the weekend. Keep reading . . .
Total Black: $1,070.69
Total Red: $230,607.08
Total black is up because pay came through. A portion has already been allocated to bills, however, so the numbers aren’t exactly accurate. Total red is actually lower than what is shown. It’s probably back down to $229K. Of course, I say “back down” but really it’s back up. Keep reading . . .
Total Black: $90.46
Total Red: $229,121.20
Ah Congress. That austere body. The bequest to countless generations of the Founding Fathers. And how we have squandered that bequest. Today the CARD Act went into effect. And what major changes does it enact? What manna from congressional heaven will fall? Not much really. Keep reading . . .